Korean Sign Language

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Basic information of the sign language
Language name Korean Sign Language
Region South Korea


Contents

Language name

Korean Sign Language


Region

South Korea


Population of signers

Language family

Dialects

Linguistic characteristics

History

Related sign languages

Related spoken languages

Institutes, associations and universities

Dictionaries

P`yojun Suhwa Sajon P`yonch`an Wiwonhoe p`yonjo. 1982. P`yojun suhwa sajon = Korean standard sign language dictionary. Seoul: Kumok Haksul Munhwa Chaedan.


Bibliography

Eun, Hong Sung. 2010. Reciprocal verbs in Korean Sign Language (KSL). Presentation at the Conference on Sign Linguistics and Deaf Education in Asia, 2010. (Hong Kong).

Sasaki, Daisuke. 2010. A lexical comparison of sign languages in East Asia: Data from Japanese Sign Language (JSL), Taiwan Sign Language (TSL), and Korean Sign Languages (KSL). Presentation at the Conference on Sign Linguistics and Deaf Education in Asia 2010 (Hong Kong).

Choi, Sung-Kyu. 2009. Deaf education in South Korea. In: Moores, Donald F. and Margery S. Miller eds. Deaf people around the world: Educational and social perspectives. Washington,DC: Gallaudet University Press. 88-97.

Hong, Sung-Eun. 2009. Ein empirische Untersuchung zu Kongruenzverben in der Koreanischen Gebardensprache [An emperical investigation of afreement verbs in Korean Sign Language]. In : Sign Language & Linguistics. 12(2). 228-234. (University of Hamburg, 2008)

Hong, Sung-Eun. 2008. Eine Empirische Untersuchung zu Kongruenzverben in der Koreanischen Gebärdensprache. PhD dissertation, Universitat Hamburg.

Hong., Sung-Eun. 2006. Agreement verbs in Korean Sign Language (KSL) In : Sign Languages: spinning and unraveling the past, present and future. TISLR9, forty five papers and three posters from the 9th. Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference, Florianopolis, Brazil, December 2006. (2008.) Quardos, Ronice Müller de. ed. Editora Arara Azul. Petrópolis/RJ. Brazil. 168-188.

Byun, Kang. Suk. 2004. Gender making in Korean Sign Language. Paper presented at the Mini-conference on Sign Language Research, Nijmegen.

Tsuchiya, Michiko. 2003. A study of Korean Sign Language. In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 48(2003.06) :21-25.

Kim, Chil Kwan. 2003. Word formative base of Korean Sign Language on Etymology-focusing on relationship of Korean and Japanese Sign Language. In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 48(2003.06) :2-10.

Hong, Sung-Eun. 2003. Empirical survey of animal classifiers in Korean Sign Language (KSL). In : Sign Language and Linguistics. 6: 77-99.

Kim, Chil Kwan. 2002. An analysis of the studies about Korean Sign Language in Japan : How the KSL is recognized in Japan.In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 44(2002.06) :56-67.

Hong, Sung-Eun. 2002. Empirische Erhebung zu Tier-Klassifikatoren in Koreanischer Gebärdensprache. In : Das Zeichen. 16 (60) 236-245.

Hong, Sung-Eun. 2001. Empirische Erhebung zu Klassifikatoren in koreanischer Gebärdensprache. Diploma Thesis. University of Hamburg.

Miyamoto, Ichiro. 1999. Research on Korean Sign Language (part 2). In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 34(1999.12) :49-56.

Chang, Jin-Seok. 1999. The development of human rights and social welfare of the Deaf in Korea (focused on the situation in 1990s). In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 33(1999.09) :32-38.

Ishizawa, Haruhiko and Mitsuko Hirai. 1999. Research materials collected in Korea. In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 33(1999.09) :28-31.

Miyamoto, Ichiro. 1999. Research on Korean Sign Language (part 1). In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 33(1999.09) :24-27.

Tsuchiya, Michiko. 1999. KAD and the organization of sign language interpreter in Korea. In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 33(1999.09) :18-23

Kato, Mihoko and Nobuyuki Honnna. 1999. Sign language in Korea :Its social status and role. In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 33(1999.09) :3-7.

Foreign sign language department JISLS. 1999. Forword on special edition : Foreign sign language department JISLS and their visiting to Korea. In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 33(1999.09) :2.

1999. Korean Sign Language of compassion.

1998.A textbook for open-minded Sign Language. (Author: None Noted. Publisher: Unknown.)

Kim Chil Kwan. 1998. Deaf education and Sign Language in Korea. In: Sign Language Communication Studies. (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies, Japanese Federation of the Deaf) 28(1998.06) :21-29.

Chang, Kyu Sik. Korean-American Sign Language hand book.

Korean Sign Language for the Guide.


Researchers

History of sign language research

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Links

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Notes

Sign languages in Asia
East Asia Amami O Shima Sign Language | Chinese Sign Language | Japanese Sign Language | Korean Sign Language : North Korea | Korean Sign Language : South Korea | Mongolian Sign Language
Southeast Asia Bali Sign Language | Ban Khor Sign Language | Benkala Sign Language | Hill Country Sign Language | Indonesian Sign Language | Kuala Lumpur Sign Language | Laos Sign Language | Malaysian Sign Language | Original Bangkok Sign Language | Original Chiangmai Sign Language | Penang Sign Language | Philippine Sign Language | Selangor Sign Language | Singapore Sign Language | Thai Sign Language | Vietnamese Sign Language
South Asia Bengali Sign Language | Jhankot Sign Language | Jumla Sign Language | Indian Sign Language | Indo-Pakistan Sign Language | Naga Sign Language | Nepalese Sign Language | Sri Lankan Sign Language
West Asia Afghan Sign Language
Areas and others Hong Kong Sign Language | Macao Sign Language | Taiwanese Sign Language
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